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Nana Addo Will Win 2020 Elections Hands Down – Lucky Mensah

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Ghanaian Highlife musician, Lucky Mensah claims the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo will win the 2020 Presidential and Parliamentary elections hands down. According to Lucky Mensah, he will support Nana Addo and make sure that he wins the 2020 elections. READ ALSO: Young Ghanaian Who’s Known For Displaying Wealth On Social Media … Read more

OUCH – I Have 6 Children And I Haven’t Killed Any of Them – Lucky Mensah Jabs Abeiku Santana Below the Belt – VIDEO

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Lucky Mensah hit Abeiku Santana below the belt during a recent rant against the radio presenter. The two are currently in a ‘beef’ sparked by Abeiku Santana claiming that he helped Lucky Mensah’s massive hit, ‘Come Back’, to become how big it is today. READ ALSO: Did Regina Daniels Just Call Herself A Widow? – … Read more

I’ll Beat ‘Greedy Snitch’ Abeiku Santana Like My Child If I Meet Him Anywhere – Lucky Mensah Threatens

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Veteran highlife artist Lucky Mensah has threatened to kick the a$$ of Abeiku Santana anywhere he meets him. Mensah is in a bad mood after Abeiku passed some comments about the help he has provided to him (Lucky Mensah) throughout his career. READ ALSO: Check Out What Jackie Appiah, Joselyn Dumas, Martha Ankomah, Nadia Buari, … Read more

Highlife Would Have Been Lost Had It Not Been Kuami Eugene- Lucky Mensah

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The question of whether or not Lynxx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene deserves to be the King of Highlife music has been on the lips of many even after the legendary Amakye Dede had bestowed the title on his head. READ ALSO: Bad Marriage Is A Choice And Marriage Certainly Isn’t For Everyone- Counsellor Adofoli People … Read more

Mark Okraku Mantey Knows Nothing About Music — Lucky Mensah

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Higlife singer Lucky Mensah has slammed Slip Music CEO and noted music executive Mark Okraku Mantey, rubbishing any music skills the latter might claim to hold.
According to the ‘Come Back’ hitmaker, he doesn’t know why anyone would engage Okraku to judge music competitions when it’s obvious his knowledge of the field is bankrupt.

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Video: Lucky Mensah Mocks John Mahama After Successful Implementation Of Free SHS

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Lucky Mensah was once a supporter of the NDC but then defected to the NPP after being neglected, and he’s now taunting his former party with the achievements of his new one.
Current President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo promised Free SHS during his campaign for the Presidency, and less than a year after being elected, the policy has been implemented.

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Videos: Samira Bawumia Steals The Show As NPP Bigwigs Show Off Their Dancing Skills At Mammoth Rally

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Scores of the ruling NPP’s biggest names were at their dancing best Saturday at Cape Coast’s Victoria Park.
The party held a mammoth rally at the venue which climaxed with music blaring from the speakers and the party’s biggest names all showing off their moves.

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Barima Sidney Says He's Happy That Celebrities Are Becoming Political And Endorsing Candidates But That They 'Should Be Ready For So Many Attacks'

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Controversial hiplife star Barima Sidney has expressed immense satisfaction with the recent explosive trend of celebrities endorsing political candidates which, contrary to the public’s dislike of – he thinks is a good thing.
With the 2016 elections coming up and the political climate heating up, celebrities have been coming out in droves for political parties – with Lucky Mensah, Agya Koo, Mzbel and the likes joining the fray.

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"Lucky Mensah's Switch To NPP Is A 'Stomach Change" – Ekow Micah

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ekow-micah_optReggae artiste Ekow Micah may not be a member of the NDC but he surely is on this one with Mzbel. Recently, hip life artiste Lucky Mensah switched camps thus from the NDC to the strongest opposition NNP and Ghanaians raised concerns as to why Lucky took that bold step.
Lucky in defence said the NDC party are career killers hence his abrupt switch though the legelege hit maker, Mzbel said he only did that because he is greedy .

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SHOTS FIRED : "Mzbel Is An Irrelevant P*rn Star" – Diamond Appiah Backs Lucky Mensah

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Diamond Appiah

It looks like the Lucky Mensah and Mzbel feud is expanding its territory— the latest entity on the war front is none other than our very own controversial showbiz personality and of course the hopeful Member of Parliament of Trobu constituency, Diamond Appiah . From all indications, the musician turn politician is no friend of Mzbel.
Mzbel and highlife star , Lucky Mensah dominated the headlines during the week following the latter’s endorsement of NPP flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo.

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Lucky Mensah Meets Nana Akuffo-Addo And Presents Him Copy Of 'Yeresesamu'

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Lucky Mensah is the man of the moment. The musician has declared his support for the NPP and released a song for them, a far cry from his 2012 activities when he was firmly in the corner of the NDC.
His switch has raised numerous questions and made headline news – and he has even claimed that he has received threats for his decision to switch parties.

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Lucky Mensah Says NDC Supporters Have Been Threatening Him Since Making His Switch To NPP

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Lucky Mensah

Lucky Mensah committed the cardinal sin of switching between Ghana’s two major parties just in the space of four years – because of money, Mzbel swears.
The musician has dropped a song for the NPP this election cycle, after supporting the NDC in 2012. Speaking to Onua Fm Wednesday, Mensah said he has been receiving some threats from NDC supporters for the decision that he made to dump them.

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Lucky Mensah Warns Entertainers: Campaign for the NDC And Your Career is DEAD–John Dumelo Wouldn't Agree

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Lucky Mensah

Ghanaian musician-Lucky Mensah who was a frontrunner of the NDC celebrity campaign 4 years ago has ditched the party to fall on the NPP–and he has since been battling NDC celebrities like Mzbel.
Aside his back and forth with Mzbel, Lucky Mensah says the NDC is a dream killer party and therefore all entertainers who cherish their careers should stay off the party.
He told Kwame Adinkra on Abusua Fm that, it is more dangerous working for the NDC because the party itself it’s a recipe for the destruction of one’s career.

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Get Your Facts Right–Lucky Mensah Hits Back At Mzbel for Saying He Got A Car & A House from the NDC

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Lucky Mensah and Mzbel

Highlife musician Lucky Mensah who has made a political U-turn, from the NDC after he heavily campaigned for the party in 2012 to the NPP which he is currently campaigning for—is not happy about the utterances of Mzbel.
And he has responded.
Mzbel claimed Lucky Mensah got goodies from the NDC in 2012, including a car and a house, for making a song and campaigning for them.

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Lucky Mensah Got A Car And A House In 2012 And Has Now Joined NPP Because He Wanted More And Was Refused – Mzbel Exposes Lucky Mensah Whilst Also Incriminating Her Own Self

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Political catfight!!! Mzbel has hit back strongly at Lucky Mensah, who has totally abandoned the NDC, who he campaigned for in 2012, for the opposition NPP.
Clearly not the brightest bulb in the room. In a haste to condemn Lucky Mensah for a slight problem, she has revealed the shadiness that goes on behind the scenes in politicians currying support from celebrities. 

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Lucky Mensah Says Artistes Should Steer Clear Of The NDC As Associating With Them Destroys Careers

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How much of a difference does four years of dumsor make? Lucky Mensah, who was one of the NDC’s top celebrity surrogates during the 2012 elections, has ditched the party and is now campaigning for the main opposition NPP.
Lucky Mensah supported the party stridently at the time, even composing a song for them – but has made a huge u-turn this time after realising the damage the NDC is doing to the country.

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